ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool 3.0.1

This tool will assist administrators in installing all the correct prerequisites for a ConfigMgr hierarchy, different Site Systems Roles and much more.

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  • Add Site Server to Administrators Group?
    2 Posts | Last post December 04, 2017
    • Great tool, Nickolaj!  I've been using your 1.4.1 tool for some time and liked the option to add the site server to the admins group within the tool.  Is that still available/needed with this?  All in all, great update.
    • Thank you! It will be added back in a future release for sure :-)
  • IIS monitor feature
    2 Posts | Last post December 04, 2017
    • Hello Nickolaj,
      Congratulations on the tool, works really well. 
      Can you please add to the DP role installation the Request Monitor? It's helpful to see who is connecting to the server. 
      Thank you. 
    • Hi Alin,
      Thank you :-)
      Since it's not a required feature it'll not be added for this tool. I suggest that you add it manually instead.
  • ADK Version Not Loading
    2 Posts | Last post December 04, 2017
    • ADK version Not loading even if Network adapter has internet access, get request time out to , is this known issue and inline to fix ? 
    • Can you browse to that web page on the server?
  • AD group permission (where SCCM server computer account is a member) did not pass SCCM install check.
    1 Posts | Last post November 06, 2017
    • Hi Nickolaj! Awesome tool. I used it to create a SCCM lab running a DC Server (Win2016 Datacenter) and SCCM Server (Win2016 Standard). I noticed that the tool did give permissions to the AD Group that the SCCM Server computer account is a member but at the end of the SCCM installation it reported that there was a problem for the computer account to access the AD. I had to manually delegate permissions for the SCCM Server computer account to access the System Management container and then SCCM installation pass the check ok with no warnings. Don't know if I did something wrong or the tool has something to fix. 
  • Is there an issue with the CAS Role? Dot net 3.5 is missing
    1 Posts | Last post November 03, 2017
    • Hi Nickolaj, 
      first great work, the tool is very useful, but if you have a clean Server 2016 and install the CAS Role NotNet Core installation does not work. And I am not sure if .Net 3.5 is not needed any longer for e.g. SCCM 2012 R2 because it is recommended for it. After installing .Net 3.5 everything works fine. 
  • How about adding MDT
    2 Posts | Last post September 13, 2017
    • Great tool .... how about adding MDT, SCCM users creation in AD ? 
    • Thanks!
      Could you elaborate a bit on that? Do you mean creating the service accounts required?
  • Why are certain features added that CM does not install?
    1 Posts | Last post September 06, 2017
    • Nick, Love the tool, it makes things a breeze. I did have one question though, how come certain features install when they are not listed on the CM site prerequisites? An example would be for Primary site, was-net-environment as well as a few others were getting installed. I had the site installed and it was working fine, however this still showed up in the tool as needed, it didnt cause any change or make things stop working however the question remains, why is this needed?
  • Great Improvments in 3.0!
    1 Posts | Last post September 05, 2017
    • This new version is incredible! I can do multiple tasks at once :)
  • Some problems with Server 2016
    1 Posts | Last post August 22, 2017
    • I like this tool very much and use it a lot! Thank you for contributing.
      There are some issues when using it on Windows Server 2016:
      When installing roles, some Features appear multiple times (most of them twice) and stay at "installing" even though the Popup-Box says everything is installed successfully. And somehow the installation was taking unusual long time... 
      Just a feedback for using it with Server 2016.
  • Support for Workstations
    2 Posts | Last post August 13, 2017
    • The new version is great but it should also work on Workstations, since they can be used as Distribution Points
    • Yes, they can be used like that. However the method used by the tool to invoke Install-WindowsFeature wouldn't work on a workstation OS. There's another cmdlet for that.
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